Tag: Family

Give Away

8"x8" oil I am giving away this painting.  I really like it because it has all those ingredients that make it a lovely story with true romance!  A picnic in a meadow…a young couple….a kiss…..a baby in daddy's arms…what more can you ask for?  I got the idea from watching a production on Netflix.  It…

Mother and Child 6"x6" oil

I just keep working on this one…it is getting better, but who knows…I may continue to mess with it….sometimes there is one I should have wiped….but instead I never let it go. Does this happen to you?

Lunch Line

This is the second in a series of watercolor paintings of Haitian children. These kids are waiting in line to be fed the one really good meal they will have that day.

Jackson, a Haitian Orphan

  The painting is watercolor on Arches 140 lb. CP paper about 20.5 x 16 inches. My church partners with a ministry in Haiti that saves Restavec kids from slavery. Poverty is so bad in Haiti that parents can't feed their children and end up giving them to people who can feed them. Unfortunately they…

Jackson

This is a work in progress. I'm almost finished, just have to do his shirt. The painting is watercolor on Arches 140 lb. CP paper about 20 x 17 inches. My church partners with a ministry in Haiti that saves Restavec kids from slavery. Poverty is so bad in Haiti that parents can't feed their…

Grandkids at the beach

This is a transparent watercolor of two of my grandchildren wading in the surf at Trinidad beach up here in Humboldt Co. They live in the Central Valley, so the ocean is a very special place for them. The painting was done as a birthday gift for my daughter-in-law. It's about  21 x 17 inches…

Humboldt Co. Angel

Watercolor on Arches 130 lb. cold press paper, 22 x 16 inches.  This little girl came into the Gallery on April's Arts Alive with her family. Her father gave me permission to photograph her, so she began to take off her coat to show me her t-shirt which she was very proud of. She's so…

Anyone Home?

Watercolor on Arches 140 lb. cold press 21.25 x 14.5 inches.  This is my youngest granddaughter coming in from play.  It was a different  kind of portrait, because you can't see her face. She could be anyone's little girl.  My goodness! It just dawned on me that this is becoming a habit. My last painting…